Suddenly the PM evinces concern over animal rights, a matter he is not known to have ever advocated.
I'm interested to know just what 'agenda' Shamir is referring to when he
says "That book has an agenda". Because if ending the
suffering of billions of animals worldwide is an 'agenda' (by which I
assume Shamir is implying that it is something 'bad') then yes, by
everything that is good and decent and kind and positive in this world,
I hope that the 'agenda' catches on like wildfire and that the world is
turned upside down with an epiphany that animals are born to this planet
as we have been, and deserve all chances to live their lives freely,
naturally, able to pursue their own purposes, needs and desires. We have
no right, no business using, abusing animals. The do not belong to us -
they belong to the earth, to nature, to themselves.
it is only fitting, those who are supporters of Israel and are Animal
Rights activists are the BEST people on the planet!
Any humane person, including our Prime Minister, must realize that
animals suffer the same way we do. I am Vegan and proud. I would be
even prouder if my Prime Minister was also Vegan. It would certainly
show the world how we Israelis really do care about all life on this
...I have been as well, but she is capable of not lamenting the use of
white phosphorous in urban areas..?
but it is more important to ensure that issues of morality, like animal
rights, are outside of the influence of government. The morality of any
person or people should not reside in political paper.
Palestiniana terrorists are the animals and terrorists have no rights